A solution of 5% dextrose in water was infusing instead of the prescribed 0.9% normal saline solution.D. A 5% dextrose in water solution is not usually prescribed for clients with diabetes, and the solution was changed immediately on its discovery.92. A licensed practical nurse (LPN) tells the registered nurse (RN) that she administered acetaminophen (Tylenol) to a client by way of the rectal route rather than the prescribed oral route because the client was extremely nauseated. The RN most appropriately:A. Asks the LPN to complete and file an incident report CorrectB. Asks the LPN to check the client in 30 minutes to see whether the nausea has subsided
C. Tells the LPN that she made a sound judgment in administering the medication D. Instructs the LPN to write “pr” (per rectum) on the medication record next to the by way of the rectal routetime at which the medication was administered93. A home care nurse visits a client who lives in a small apartment to perform an admission assessment. During the home safety assessment, the client asks the nurse whether it is safe to use a space heater. What is the appropriate response by the nurse?case a fire occurs.”that may ignite.” Correct94. A nurse is preparing to initiate a continuous tube feeding, using a tube-feeding pump. On bringing the pump to the bedside and preparing to plug the pump in, the nurse discovers that there isno available plug in the wall socket. What should the nurse do?socket Correctappliance
95. A nurse is attending an inservice program on disaster preparedness. Which of the following events is described as an example of a natural disaster?
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